The small port of Greetsiel is a small but beautiful fishing village in Germany. The town has become more and more of a tourist destination, with huge influxes in the summer and for the Christmas season. The town is picturesque in every sense of the word, with little old brick houses and calm blue waters among the greenery. With calming windmills and the refreshing nature of small-town life, take the strain off of your hectic routine and head to Greetsiel.
See the Greetsiel Church, along with many other buildings that make up the local charm. The twin windmills also flank the town and make the area picture-perfect. Greetsiel is also home to the largest ship in a bottle museum in Europe — you can’t make this stuff up. Greetsiel Week, a festival that’s been running for over thirty years is worth the trip and will exceed your expectations. The art exhibition displays all kinds of art, sculptures and crafts. There are even exhibitions held in the twin windmills. You can also take boat trips from the harbour in Greetsiel and enjoy the calm of the water.
An hour and a half on public transportation will get you to the larger town of Emden nearby to Greetsiel. Emden has more of a city vibe than Greetsiel that seems very idyllic and secluded. While Emden itself still seems far away from the hubs of Germany, it has a wonderful modern art museum. The museum is closed on Mondays, but offers a surprisingly comprehensive collection of contemporary art with temporary exhibitions also. Bremen is further away at an hour and a half car journey, however the city is much more central. The beautiful town hall is Gothic and ornamented, with a Renaissance facade and large model ships on display. Near the town hall are the famous representations of the Bremen Town Musicians cast in bronze. The Roland statue, a symbol of trading rights, freedom and liberty is also on display nearby.
Hunker down in a charming cottage in the winter months, or find an airy rental for your summer vacation in Greetsiel. Beautiful inns and convenient hotels can be found in Greetsiel, giving you all of the options you could need. Slow your pace down in this port, and make the most of the fresh air and relaxation.
The nearest railway station from Greetsiel is at Emden, but there’s a bus service that connects the two towns. Buses also connect the town to Norden, and even boat trips can get you to and from Emden. Walking around this town is a wonderful way to meander and sight-see, with quaint buildings and peaceful nature.
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